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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

America should intervene less abroad: World Survey

Most people in America want fewer soldiers to be stationed abroad and to talk diplomatically with other countries. These results have come out in a recent survey. According to a recent survey, people in America are now fed up with sending their soldiers abroad and want to resort to diplomacy in dealing with problems abroad. According to this survey conducted by the Eurasia Group Foundation, 58.3 percent of people believe that America should do more work on issues such as climate change, human rights and migration. In this survey conducted between August 27 and September 1, 21.6 percent of the people said that America should interfere less in other countries. 20.1% people had no opinion. Photos: Weapons found by Taliban 2,168 people took part in the survey.
Of these, 42.3 percent said the United states should reduce the number of its troops stationed in Europe, Asia and the Middle East and reduce its commitments to the defense of other countries. These people want that America should gradually hand over the responsibility of regional security to its allies. Affect of Afghanistan In this survey released on Wednesday, 32 percent of the people said to increase the army abroad or at least maintain it at the current level. 25.5 percent of the people had no opinion about it. The results of the 20-year war in Afghanistan are constantly being debated in America. On August 30, the United states left Afghanistan, but before that the country was captured by the Taliban, who had been removed from power by the US attacking twenty years earlier. The surveying body believes that the results of this war must have had an effect on the results. Mark Hana, senior fellow at the Eurasia Group Foundation, says that in the past two years, there has been an increase in the number of people who want America's foreign policy to be focused on strengthening domestic democracy and not on establishing democracy abroad.

"We collected our data when the United states was leaving Afghanistan, and the failure of military intervention to create a country and establish democracy there was clearly visible," says Hana. Some more survey results There are other things that came out of the survey: 40.3 percent of people want America's current military spending to remain the same. 38.6 percent people are in favor of reduction in this while 16.4 percent people want this expenditure to be increased. 62.6 percent favored the resumption of talks with Iran on the nuclear issue. These people want an agreement to be made that prevents Iran from developing nuclear weapons. 37.

4 percent are opposed to talks and are in favor of putting pressure on Iran through economic sanctions to stop it from making nuclear weapons. 42.2 percent of people say that if China attacks Taiwan, then America should protect it. 16.2 percent people are not in favor of it while 41.6 percent people could not form any opinion about it. The survey was conducted through online participation by the Eurasia Group Foundation. The foundation is founded by political analyst Ian Bremer, whose Eurasia Group serves to advise governments and leaders on political threats. VK/AA (Reuters).